The principles presented by Natural Environment Teaching can be applied in your home to encourage your child’s increased requesting for items and activities in your home. Two of the main strategies for natural environment teaching are capturing and contriving opportunities for your child to make requests.Read More »
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Beth graduated from Hobart and William Smith College with a degree in Public Policy Studies with a focus on children’s issues and minors in Education and Cognition, Logic, and Language. Beth is a BCBA and has a Master’s of Science in Special Education from University of Kansas. Beth has previously worked as a child development associate, ABA therapist, and classroom assistant in early intervention, home, and school settings. In addition to ABA, Beth has experience with early intervention, language development, and classroom management. Beth has a great ability to adapt to new situations and demonstrates great patience with the children she works with. In her free time, Beth enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time at the beach.